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Boneseh Name Dan
Location Jax, FL, US
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"There's something nasty on you and it looks like the semen." 
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Gender: Male
Age: 27
Languages: English
Experience  
Years Riding: 4
Average Days/Year: 2
Skill Level: new to park
Riding Style: freestyle park
Area of Expertise: general knowledge
Preferred Terrain: backcountry, park
Sizing Info  
Height/Weight: 6'0, 165 lbs
Board Size: 156
Boot Size: 12
Clothing Size: L
Jacket Size: L
Pants Size: L
Thermal Size: L
Ride with Me  
Region: East Coast
Location: Vermont
Resort: Killington
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4/26/2011 9:55:30 AM Hey guys, I've been ridiculously busy with school and work lately so I haven't been able to hang out here.  I have a research project I'm doing for my master's program and rather than making up statistics, I figured I'd ask this awesome groups of guys n gals. :) The question is: If a website did not use HTTPS for your order, would you buy from this website?  HTTPS means that the website is secure, no one can listen in on it.  The conversation is encrypted, so if anyone tries to listen in, no one can understand what is being said.  It's like a language that only two people understand. An example of this would be: you're buying snowboarding gear online at TruSnow and you have to give them a credit card.  TruSnow recognizes this and takes you to a secure HTTPS connection.  Only TruSnow can understand your credit card information now. However, if you're buying gear online at another retailer, such as billybobsoutlet and they don't take you to a secure connection, anyone listening on the traffic can receive your credit card information and because it's not encrypted, they have all your information. So again, the question I'm asking is If a website did not use HTTPS for your order, would you buy from this website? Thanks, you guys are awesome!
10/10/2010 12:36:31 PM Hey guys, I was hoping to find out which LTD board this is: I know LTD boards aren't the best, but I can get this one for $20 and I figured that would be a good deal.
9/30/2010 8:56:23 PM So I searched and most of the threads are old and did not reach a conclusion. I'm looking for shorts that will: protect my tailbone, cheeks, and hips are as thin as possiblemachine washablepadding can be removedfitted shorts to minimize movement of pads (especially upon impact) After searching on my own and the previous thread, I have come up with the links below and am hoping to get the opinions of those who have tried any of these out. Red Total Impact Shorts: $89.95 http://www.backcountry.com/red-total-impact-short-mens - Tailbone padding is too small Demon Snow Flex Force Pro Short Body Armor: $54.95 http://www.backcountry.com/demon-snow-flex-force-pro-short-body-armor-mens - feels like a diaper Skeletools Impact Shorts: $67.00  http://www.skeletools.com/kiteboard_impact_short_crash_pad_hip_protector_p/sk002-l.htm Pro-tec IPS Hip Pads: $54.94 http://www.dogfunk.com/pro-tec-ips-hip-pads-mens 2010 Crash Pads Quick Dry Underwear: $64.95 http://snowboards-for-sale.com/snowboarding_pads/quick_dry_underwear/ 2010 Crash Pads Snowboard Hip Pads with Tail Shield: $79.99 http://snowboards-for-sale.com/snowboarding_pads/snowboard_hip_pads_with_tail_shield/ 2010 Crash Pads Padded Thermal Long Underwear: $94.99 http://snowboards-for-sale.com/snowboarding_pads/padded_thermal_long_underwear/ TPro who has 3 different ones to choose from (1 pant/2 shorts): (more than I'd care to spend) $145.00 - $219.95 http://www.motostrano.com/tpfoboar.html Dianese has many (8) to choose from as well: $99.00 - $140.00 http://www.dainese.com/us_en/multisport-winter?destinazione_uso=40&cat=75&subcat=80 These are the ones I would consider at $120.00: EDIT: Added the Pro-tec shorts. EDIT2: Added Crash Pads
9/27/2010 7:55:45 AM So I absolutely cannot wait for this movie to come out.  My cousin and sister are coming up and we're going to go to the theme park and everything.  I'm a complete dork, I know.  Another new trailer came out on the 22nd. Link: http://www.mugglenet.com/app/news/show/3788 [tube]YzfEH0UPEBo[/tube]
9/18/2010 10:35:51 AM So I'm looking at getting the Union Forces or Force SLs and really don't see a difference besides the weight.  I can't imagine them being $80 more expensive for a small weight reduction.  I couldn't find anything spec wise on weight.  How much reduction are we talking about?  They machine core the baseplate and a couple tiny spots but I really don't see much weight coming out of that. So what are the differences between Force vs Force SL?  (I can't go to a local shop and check it out since I'm in FL.)
9/18/2010 10:33:45 AM So I'm looking at getting the Union Forces or Force SLs and really don't see a difference besides the weight.  I can't imagine them being $80 more expensive for a small weight reduction.  I couldn't find anything spec wise on weight.  How much reduction are we talking about?  They machine core the baseplate and a couple tiny spots but I really don't see much weight coming out of that. So what are the differences between Force vs Force SL?  (I can't go to a local shop and check it out since I'm in FL.)
9/12/2010 7:34:57 AM I've got multiple boards and I was looking for a way to hang them up on the wall.  The only thing I could find to really mount the snowboard was from http://www.hangtimeusa.com/ and at $20 a piece or 3 for $50 it was too expensive for my taste.  I'd rather give it a go myself.  So that's what I did! I went to Home Depot and picked up some rubber stoppers @ $1.51 each, and some anchors which included the screws for $5.79.  I didn't want the stoppers to be sticking out from my wall too much, so I cut them in half (just make sure you don't cut them too thin).  I originally tried halving them with a hack saw and placing it in a vice and that didn't work well, so I switched to holding it on the desk and a knife which worked much better. After that, I drilled holes for the anchors to go into, then drilled the anchors in (because I wasn't drilling into studs).  Then I just drilled the screw + rubber stopper into the anchor.  Here's the result: Lesson learned:  When marking where you want the board to hang, account for the rubber stoppers to give in some, I wanted the board higher, but the board slid down some from where I had originally planned for it to be due to the flexibility of rubber.
8/24/2010 7:26:19 AM Hey guys, I'm looking at getting some shirts printed after a successful rebranding of the company logo.  I was wondering if there were any online sites that people would recommend to get this done.  I've heard of uprinting.com but they don't do clothing, as well as vistaprint.com and they do clothing, but I wasn't sure about the quality of the shirt. Are there any online companies you guys would recommend or have used in the past?
8/24/2010 7:04:59 AM Sorrrrrry the coupons were fake. :(
8/21/2010 9:20:12 AM I subscribed to this guy's youtube channel because his videos are awesome.  Here's one on aimbots: [tube]NYGlWjIKoY4[/tube] http://digg.com/pc_games/Aimbot_Video
7/17/2010 1:22:25 PM So I just got accepted to a really good digital forensic masters program and am really excited about it.  Does anyone here work in the field or have an interest in it?
6/10/2010 9:01:23 AM This is awesome, I love the ingenuity. [tube]fMcbE3OuRu4[/tube]
6/9/2010 8:44:54 PM I created a running challenge on for nike+ users.  Challenge lasts for 90 days, most miles over 90 days wins.  I'm on there as dkillam, add me as a friend so I'm not such a loner!  http://nikerunning.nike.com/nikeos/p/nikeplus/en_US/plus/#//challenges/detail/611168423/ If there's already a group on here for this, post the link in here so I can join it! Nike+ is a little thing that works with your iPod to track your run statistics such as distance, pace, calories.  You can also set training days and nike has some training routines on there depending on what level you're at and how far you want to run.  There's also a USB wristband version for those who don't have ipods.
6/1/2010 8:34:57 PM Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone had any experience with the beginner video: http://www.snowboardaddiction.com/shop/product_info.php?products_id=30 I saw a few weeks ago someone posted that they bought the freestyle set.  I know how to ride, but I'm not the best since I only get to go a few days a year IF I'M LUCKY.  So I can link turns, but I do have difficulty doing that switch, and I was hoping that I could get some tips from it.  I don't need tips on how to pick out gear, or setting up a board (thanks sierra ). Here's what the lesson includes: Video 1, Pre-Riding: Moving around, skating, gliding, stopping, getting on and off liftsVideo 2, Slip & Slide: Moving with both feet strapped in, balancing on an edge, starting and stoppingVideo 3, Bananas: Adding direction while moving with both feet inVideo 4, Riding: Mastering you're first turns, techniques to quickly improve you riding So I was hoping to hear if someone had bought it and what they thought of it.
5/9/2010 12:19:12 AM Hey guys, I lucked out and found out I have a friend with an indo board.  He broke his wrist on it (board slipped out) so he's letting me borrow it! :D  I think I've progressed well for the amount of time I've used it for, but there is a weird issue I can't seem to solve.  I don't have the biggest space to use the board at, but it works.  My issue is that regardless of the direction I'm facing, after a short period of use, the roller keeps going to the right of the room which puts me right into the couch.  I've tried switching directions, thought that is was the angling of the roller so I tried different variations on that and nothing has worked, I always end up back in the couch.  So I'm hoping someone knows what the cause of this problem is so I can correct it. Also, I tend to always lose my balance/control and the board ends up on the floor when I get close to the edge of the board with my left foot.  My right foot always seems to recover nicely when I'm close to that edge, but my left...not so much.  As I type this I think it might be because the board is a bit large for me and tend to keep my left foot away from the end a bit.  My friend is 6'5" so he got the pro board (for people 6'0" and taller) and I'm 6'0" so the board is a bit big. Overall, I'm having lots of fun on the board, good thigh workout that I hope will improve my snowboarding in time.


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